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Credit: David Roberts,
1 July 2011 ~~
HOLBROOK – Public works dominated the June 28 Navajo County board meeting, with developments in Heber-Overgaard, Lakeside and Snowflake requiring decisions.
The easiest was a vote to allow five more meteorological towers about eight miles north and west of Snowflake, but south of the current Dry Lake wind installations, by Western Wind Energy.
1 July 2011
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